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dribble definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To move or fall in drops or an unsteady stream; trickle: liquid dribbled through the leaking tap.
    • To let saliva spill from mouth; drool.
    • Sports To dribble a ball or puck.
    • Sports To advance by dribbling: dribbled down the judge.
    • to-fall in drops or small falls, or in an instant succession of drops.
    • To slaver, as a child or an idiot; to drivel.
    • To fall weakly and gradually.
    • In basketball, baseball and similar games, to dribble{2} the basketball.
    • to reside or pass an individual's time in a trivial fashion.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To let movement or fall-in falls or an unsteady flow.
    • Sports To move (a ball or puck) by continued light bounces or kicks, as with baseball or soccer.
    • Sports going to (a baseball, including) so that it bounces slowly.
    • To let fall-in drops.
    • In baseball and different other games, to propel (the ball) by successive slight hits or kicks in order to ensure that it stays always in charge.
  • noun:
    • A weak, unsteady stream; a trickle.
    • A small amount; slightly.
    • Sports The work of dribbling a ball.
    • A weak, unsteady flow; a trickle.
    • A small amount of a liquid.
    • In sport, the work of dribbling.
    • A drizzling shower; a falling or leaking in falls.
    • An act of dribbling{2} a ball.
    • Any small quantity of dropping or trickling liquid; a dropping or dripping: since, the dribble from the eaves.
    • Drizzly or damp weather.
    • A variant of drivel.
    • flowing in drops; the formation and falling of falls of fluid
    • saliva spilling through the lips
    • the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks
  • verb:
    • to allow saliva spill through the mouth, to drool
    • To fall in falls or an unsteady flow, to drip
    • in a variety of ball games, to operate utilizing the basketball, managing its road utilizing the feet
    • To jump the ball on the ground with one-hand at the same time, enabling the ball player to move with it;
    • To advance by dribbling
    • to allow something fall-in drips
    • in a variety of baseball games, to go the basketball, by consistent light kicks
    • propel,
    • let or cause to-fall in drops
    • let saliva drivel from the lips
    • run or circulation gradually, as in falls or in an unsteady flow
  • others:
    • To fall in falls or small particles, or in an instant succession of falls: as, liquid dribbles from eaves.
    • To fall weakly and gradually.
    • To act or think feebly; want vigor or power.
    • To be of trifling importance.
    • To throw straight down or allow fall-in falls or bits.
    • To give in tiny portions: usually without.
    • In foot-ball and other games, to offer a small kick or shove to, while the ball, without going to send it far.
    • To drivel; slaver.
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